A title tells us it is Day Five. Jed is at the door of the cabin of the Israeli PM, and asks him if they can take a walk. As they walk off, he begins to describe the proposal.
White House briefing room. C.J. tells the press that there will be a joint press conference with the President, the Chairman, and the PM in which they will describe a tentative accord.
Camp David. Chopper alert! Jed, Abbey, and Charlie board Marine One. No one is injured. Yet. Will, Kate, Toby, and Josh are debating the chances of the agreement actually being carried out as they climb into a black SUV. Will: "No round trip on Marine One?" Kate: "Yeah, what a shame." Toby asks Josh if he spoke to Leo. Josh says, "He must have headed back early this morning." Toby: "Any idea how he wants us to handle this?" Josh: "I'll try calling him." They climb into the SUV, and it drives off.
Marine One takes off. View from above as it flies above the Maryland woods. Cut to a view of it from beneath the tree canopy. As the noise of the helicopter passes, the camera pans down to the forest floor, and we can barely hear Leo's phone ringing.
Suggestion #5 of a better way to spend your time instead of watching a bad episode of The West Wing: watch a good episode of the show from the third season. The DVDs will be released on Tuesday, November 2. The only downside is that too much exposure to good episodes might make it impossible for you to watch the current season ever again.
P.S. Go vote on Tuesday. I would really like the real West Wing to be less depressing than the West Wing I have to write about each week.